volume 19, issue 1, P9-12 1973
DOI: 10.1177/026455057301900103
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Philip Evens

Abstract: SOCIETY DEPENDS for its maintenance and survival at a highly generalised level, on a complex system of organisation. This organisation enables its members to carry out tasks which are necessary if the overall aims and purposes of that Society are to be achieved and maintained. This organisational complex depends upon and must produce people who practise patterns of behaviour which in broad measure, conform to the standards necessary to complete these tasks. In such a social system, considerable deviance by in…

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